On Friday, "Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli was found guilty on three of the eight charges brought against him, including securities fraud and conspiracy to commit both securities fraud and wire fraud. His more than a month long trail finally came to an end today in Brooklyn.
Shkreli was a force on Twitter (TWTR) during the trial. His account was suspended a number of times, including a fake account he created. Now another account believed to belong to the man that is facing up to 20 years in prison has popped up.
The handle Sam@SamTheManTP was actively tweeting during the trial. Here are some of his tweets:
How to make people angry? Any fresh ideas?— Sam (@SamTheManTP) August 2, 2017
I will spit bars after the verdict. Believe this.— Sam (@SamTheManTP) August 4, 2017
CNBC is the _________ of financial news. Fill in the blank!!— Sam (@SamTheManTP) August 4, 2017
Come and get me https://t.co/ltOHWZW4SW— Sam (@SamTheManTP) August 4, 2017
Trump has been flawless since election. Not one mistake made, pretty amazing. #flawless— Sam (@SamTheManTP) August 3, 2017
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